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Church Stables, Flempton. ANL-150508-104119001
Church Stables, Flempton. ANL-150508-104119001

This delightful single storey detached property sits in the popular village of Flempton, with views of the village church.

It was originally a stable block for Flempton Hall and was converted into this spacious, modern home around 25 years ago.

Church Stables, Flempton. ANL-150508-104057001
Church Stables, Flempton. ANL-150508-104057001

While displaying many character features such as exposed timbers and original brickwork, the charming property also balances modern fixtures including wooden double glazed windows.

The light entrance hall provides a warm welcome and leads into the sitting room.

This room enjoys a triple aspect over the front and rear gardens with double doors opening onto two separate dining terraces.

It features a brick built fireplace with bressumer beam over and Villager woodburner inset.

Church Stables, Flempton. ANL-150508-104108001
Church Stables, Flempton. ANL-150508-104108001

The kitchen also overlooks the front and rear gardens. It is fitted with a range of wall and base units with solid oak worktops and an inset Belfast sink.

Integrated appliances include a dishwasher, double oven with grill, six ring electric hob and American style fridge freezer.

Further storage is provided by a butchers block island unit and a shelved pantry.

The utility room has space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also a cloakroom with WC.

The generously sized dining room enjoys front and rear aspects with a door leading to the outside dining terrace. The high ceilings and exposed beams are a real feature.

A rear hallway with a large airing cupboard leads to the master bedroom, located at the far end of the house with fantastic views over the rear garden.

It features two double built-in wardrobes and a recently refitted ensuite shower room, with double walk-in shower.

There are three further bedrooms, all overlooking the rear gardens and featuring built-in wardrobes, which are served by a family bathroom.

Bedroom four could also be utilised as a study.

The property is situated behind iron gates which give access to a gravelled driveway, providing ample off-road parking, and the garage.

Gated access leads around the property via a walled courtyard terrace.

The main gardens feature a large expanse of lawn interspersed with trees, flanked by well stocked borders.

There are two further dining terraces, the main of which features a large timber framed pergola with an entwined wisteria.

Garden storage is provided via a timber framed garden shed, green house and small barn with double doors, providing further undercover storage space.

With David Burr, Bury St Edmunds 01284 725525. OIEO £450,000



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